216 OTHfiB POEMS BY HASI YAXS*S DISCIPLES. elements and explain the not Yerr recondite compound siiduruliaj "which wffl be foimd In the second stanza of the B&dh&-sndha. To indicate the fervour of Ms passionate love for Ms divine mistress, Ban Vans assumed the title of Hit Ji and is popularly better known by iMs name than by the one wMcli lie received from Ms parents. His most famous disciple was Yyas Ji of Orchha, of whom various legends are report- ed. On Ms first -visit to tlie Swami lie found him busy cooking, but at once propounded some knotty theological problem. The sage without any hesitation solved the difficalty5 bun first threw away the whole of the food Be had prepared, with the remark that no man could attend properly to two- things at once. Yyas was so struck by this procedure that lie then and there enroled himself as Ms disciple* and in a short space of lime conceived such an affection for BrindlL-baii that he was most reluctant to leave it even to return to Ms wife and children. At last, howeTer, he forced himself to gOybnthad not be€n with item long before he determined that they should • ihemselres disown HIE, and accordingly he one day in their presence took and ate some food from & scavenger's hand. After this act of social excoxn- mmiicatio]x he was allowed to return to Brinda-ban. where ne spent the remainder of Ms life ami "where his Bamddht or tomb^ is still to be seen. Another discip!e? Bhmva Bas3 was a a voluminous writer and composed as many as 42 p0em% of which -the following is a list: 1, Jiv-dasa; 2, Baid- gy&a; By Man-siksha; 4, Brindfiban-sai; Sj Btakt-BainaTali; 6? Brihadhaman Furin; 7, Kliyal Solas ; 8, SiddMnt BicMr; 9, Priti-^toTani; 10, Anand- ashtak; 11, Bhajanashtak; 12, Bhajan-kimdaliya; 1% Bhajan-sati 14, SriDgar- sat; 15, Man-smgar; 16, ffit-«ringar; 17, Sabha-mandal; 18, Eas-mukta- Yafi;i&3 Bas-MravaE; 20S Bas-ratn4vali; 21, Premavali; 22, Sri Priya JI k£ nimivali; 23, Bahasya-maEJari 3 24? Sukh-manjari; 25^ Bati-manjari; 26? XQanjaxi; 2?? Ban-bihar; 23S Bas-biMr; 29? Bang-hrdas; 30? Bang- ; 31, Sang-biaod; 32? Aaand-dasa; 3B, Kahasya-lata: 34, Aaand-kta; S5,» Aanrig-lata; 383 Prem-lata; 37, Eas-anand; 383 Jagal-dhy&n; 39, Niriya- 40^ ma-Iila; 41, Man-Iik; 42, Brajj-lUa. Other poems by different memliers of the same sect are the Sevak-baai, the BoUabb-rasik ki and the Gnrn-pratap, by Bamodar Das; the Hail- by IMmodar Swami; the Sri Slip Lai Ji ka ashtaka, by Hit ; aai lie Hari-aim-ljelj the Sri Ml Ji badkal and the Sri Larili Jii Id Iradlmi by Brindfe-bux Bis.